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Soccer - Today’s News

Juan Riquelme proves he’s still got it with this last-minute winner for Boca

What’s Spanish for: pick it out and wash it.

Here’s our SSE Airtricity League Premier Division Team of the Week

Billy Dennehy’s been almost ever-present this season, but who else made the list?

Title win would make Gerrard the world’s best, says Suarez LFC

Title win would make Gerrard the world’s best, says Suarez

Just three more cup finals to go, Liverpool fans.

We were our own worst enemy against Everton, says Rooney

David Moyes’ former club heaped more misery on an abject United yesterday.

Barca rumours ‘groundless’ – Zenit boss Villas-Boas

There’s talk of the former Spurs and Chelsea boss taking over at the Nou Camp.

The ‘Irish Wayne Rooney’ Terry Dixon back enjoying his football again

After a professional career dogged by knee injuries, Terry DIxon is currently playing part-time with Dunstable Town.

Steven Gerrard had given up on Premier League

Liverpool have not tasted league glory since 1990, when Kenny Dalglish guided the club to top spot.

5 reasons why Brendan Rodgers should be Manager of the Year

Tactical nous, handling of the media and some more of the Northern Irishman’s virtues.

Meet the man who made Thibaut Courtois number 1

Alongside Diego Simeone, only Franky Vercauteren has coached Thibaut Courtois at a senior club level.

Soccer - Yesterday’s News

Messi winner keeps Barca’s La Liga hopes alive

The Catalan giants had to come from behind to beat Bilbao.

Real Betis player asks to be substituted after first-half horror show

Safe to say Paulao has had better games.

6 talking points from Sunday’s Premier League action

Our thoughts on Liverpool’s nervy defeat of Norwich, Man United’s abysmal performance and much more.

Everton punish United on Moyes’ Goodison return

The United manager was greeted with boos on his return to his former club.

Arsenal overcome Hull to maintain Champions League push

The Gunners ultimately earned a comfortable 3-0 victory over Steve Bruce’s side.

As it happened: Everton v Manchester United, Premier League

Everton took on Manchester United, as David Moyes had an unhappy return to his former club.

Today’s Hull-Arsenal game was interrupted by some wind-assisted advertising hoardings

Meanwhile, goals by Lukas Podolski and Aaron Ramsey have put Arsenal into a commanding lead.

Suarez channels inner Jesus to resurrect instantly on Easter Sunday

The Liverpool striker fell like he had broken his leg, was sprinting seconds later.

Liverpool edge Norwich to close in on title

A late Robert Snodgrass header obliged the Reds to endure a nervy last 10 minutes.

VINE: Dimitar Berbatov scores the most nonchalant goal you’ll see this weekend

The Bulgarian has given Monaco the lead over Nice.

VINE: Raheem Sterling scores an absolute belter and sets up Suarez goal

The young English winger has come to the championship party in a huge way.

19-year-old Gambian upstages goal-scoring Robbie Keane as Galaxy struggles continue

Kekuta Manneh last home a late equaliser for the Vancouver Whitecaps at BC Place.

As it happened: Norwich v Liverpool, Premier League Liveblog This post contains a poll

As it happened: Norwich v Liverpool, Premier League

Liverpool took on Norwich in a game that could prove vital at both ends of the table.

Patrice Evra picks Luis Suarez as his Player of the Year

The pair have a well-documented racism-related past.

Five reasons why Jose Mourinho should win Manager of the Year

The Special One became the Happy One before a ball was kicked and a huge visit to Anfield could see him return in title-winning style.

Yaya Toure: African heritage counts against me

The Manchester City star believes he is not seen as one of the best players in the world because he is African.

Sunderland boss Poyet sympathises with angry Mourinho

“If it was against me, in a situation like that, I would have been fuming, for sure,” he said.

Basta breeds them big: It’s the Sporting Tweets of the Week

Also featuring a jubilant Ken Doherty, Eoin Cadogan and a child who simply would not share.

Easter footballers: TheScore.ie picks its Easter-themed XI

From Easter Casillas to Creme Egil Østenstad.

Borini’s phone still ‘buzzing’ with messages from Liverpool teammates

The on-loan ‘Pool striker scored the winner against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

Soccer - Saturday 19 April, 2014

Lashings of sarcasm from Jose Mourinho as he ‘congratulates’ referee Mike Dean

The Chelsea boss refused to veer from his four congratulations in post-match briefings with Sky, BBC and press reporters.

5 talking points from Saturday’s Premier League action

Our thoughts on Chelsea’s shock loss, where this evening’s result leaves Liverpool and more.

Advantage Liverpool as Sunderland stun Chelsea

A late Fabio Borini penalty proved decisive for Gus Poyet’s side.

Gloom on the Toon after late Swansea winner, Cardiff caught in relegation mire

Newcastle are marooned in mid-table but a whole lot safer than Aston Villa and Cardiff City.

Eagles flying high as Pulis masterminds fifth straight win for Palace

Mile Jedinak’s penalty handed Palace a 1-0 win over West Ham.

As it happened: Chelsea v Sunderland, Premier League

Chelsea took on Sunderland, as they sought to maintain their title bid.

SNAPSHOT: Striker celebrates breaking scoring record by… breaking a vinyl record

We can only hope the vinyl he snapped was a Richie Kavanagh effort and not an obscure, early Yardbirds jam session.

Referee Chris Foy forced to go off after taking a ball in the face

Foy has a suspected broken nose after the incident in the first minute of Newcastle’s meeting with Swansea.

Ireland international Andy Reid has been ruled out for the rest of the season

The star suffered a calf injury in the clash with Doncaster last month, having previously scored 10 goals this season.

VIDEO: Was this Anthony Stokes goal a thing of beauty or a back-post cross?

We are siding with the Irishman on this one.

Dundalk’s title hopes hit as captain O’Donnell out for the season

The Lilywhites midfielder suffered torn knee ligaments in last night’s draw with Shamrock Rovers.

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